Category Archives: politics

Target 2.0 Topics

Target 2.0 is a competition, challenging students to set the optimum policy to control inflation in the UK economy. It’s open to schools across the country, and is run by The Times and the Bank of England. The name comes … Continue reading

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Ethics, data and visualization

Last weekend, I represented Timetric at Science Foo Camp 2010, held at Google’s campus in California. While I was there, I gave a lightning talk about something which we’ve been thinking a lot about recently; the ethics of services like … Continue reading

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General election: the aftermath

That was the election that was, then. Now that Devon West and Torridge has declared, we’ve got all of the data in from the 2010 General Election (or, at least, from part one of an ongoing series). Covering it through … Continue reading

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The General Election on timetric.com

It’s election night here in the UK. We’ll be up through the night, keeping tallies of the results as they come in, and keeping up the commentary on Twitter; if you want to know how the trend’s going and how … Continue reading

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Government 2010

Good morning! Andrew here. At Timetric, we’re on a mission to get the world’s statistics to you in a form which you can use. A lot of those numbers start their lives in local and national governments, so part of … Continue reading

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